Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Honors County Administrator
Published on December 09, 2022
John Bonanni Celebrated as He Prepares for Retirement
Morris County Administrator John Bonanni, who will retired on Dec. 31, was recognized by Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll, First Assistant Prosecutor Maggie Calderwood, Chief of Detectives Christoph Kimker, and additional administrative members of the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office for his years of service to the office.
A ceremony was held on December 8, 2022 inside the prosecutor's office in Morristown, where Administrator Bonanni was presented with a recognition plaque for his retirement – “with sincere appreciation for your 33 years of dedicated and excellent service and unwavering support for the MCPO.”
“On behalf of the MCPO, we all wish John a great and well-deserved retirement. John has been a great friend and supporter of our office and to law enforcement at every level in Morris County. He played a key role in setting a high standard for inter-agency cooperation that is a model for county law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey. His dedication to protect and serve our citizens will be missed,” said Prosecutor Carroll.
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